Babysitter Probation Denied

A woman who pled guilty for child abuse will not be getting probation this year.

Angela McGhee pled guilty to aggravated child abuse regarding an incident in September of 2005.

The 10-month old baby's skull was cracked on both sides.

McGhee claims the baby fell, but that was proven by medical experts to not be true.

She is sentenced to six years and was denied probation Thursday.

McGhee's next probation hearing will be after she spends one year in prison.

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  • by Jim Bacon Location: Black,Alabama on Apr 27, 2007 at 08:09 AM
    Anyone commiting, Rape, physical or sexual abuse against children or the elderly should have to do their sentences day for day, no two for one, no good time. I think this country, and all states should have fair and impartial sentencing and those should stand,no exceptions. We have had too many rapist,pedafiles and just plain scumbags, like this one who has been pppparoled early, then turn around and do something even worse before their parole was over.
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